Bitch, Issue 60: Gray (Fall 2013)

Gray
Black lists, "gray" rape, whitewashing! Plus: Cyborgs!

Letter from the HQ

Letters & Comments

Love It/Shove It

The complain List

||| On Screen—After Tiller explores front traces of late-term abortion providers

||| On Activism—The heritage of anti-abuse activism in BDSM

||| at the Shelves—The new, gendered global of adult-incontinence products

::: guffawing It Off—What occurs while girls inform rape jokes?

::: Helen Thomas, Off the Record—A few evaluations from the 1st woman of the clicking

::: grey Matters—How rape in popular culture turned a question of opinion

::: Roy G. Biz—The many colours of company co-option

::: Commodity Brokers—The candy and lowdown at the phenomenon of sugar dating

\\\ What larger Gift—Alice Walker's legacy keeps to bloom

\\\ again in Black—Can Hollywood's new Black record switch the industry?

\\\ Mobilizing the Bass—Women in worldwide bass are developing new areas within the dance floor
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Margaret Thatcher I thought she was an arrogant, terrible woman. I think the Falklands were terrible. She and Bush were very close. Yeah, and Iran hasn’t done a damn thing! They might be trying to get the bomb. I can’t blame them. They’re threatened every day! What do they think—when the United States backs up Israel—what do they think, that they should be threatened every day? Well, the Israelis keep this stuff up. They want war. They want us to conduct it. Terrible. I think they’re wrong. I think they’re terribly wrong.

And when women and men who grow up in that culture have trouble processing a sexual assault or rape for what it is, we turn around and use their confusion as further evidence that “rape-rape” is an exceedingly rare crime committed only by people on the fringes of society. Comparing sexual violations to other crimes always creates an imperfect analogy, but can you imagine if we reacted this way to muggings? “Well, the victim says she feels stupid for walking alone in that neighborhood at night, with that big ring on her finger, and he didn’t hold a gun to her head or anything.

He was fantastic. Undoubtedly a great man. The NRA I think they’re awful. Awful! They want guns in everybody’s hands. Margaret Thatcher I thought she was an arrogant, terrible woman. I think the Falklands were terrible. She and Bush were very close. Yeah, and Iran hasn’t done a damn thing! They might be trying to get the bomb. I can’t blame them. They’re threatened every day! What do they think—when the United States backs up Israel—what do they think, that they should be threatened every day? Well, the Israelis keep this stuff up.

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